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Re: Montgomery St. Fender-Bender Leads to Assault, Murder Threat & Carjacking
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Under the Schundler administration, the idea was 1.5 parking spaces for each apt. This allowed for visitors.


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There are too many cars because JC over the years have turned parking lots into development or allowed developers to develop without a 1 to 1 ratio, meaning every new apartment should have a parking space which was the ordinance in the past. Therefore, there are too many cars on the street. Under the Schundler administration, the idea was 1.5 parking spaces for each apt. This allowed for visitors.

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Double parking is an epidemic in this city. So is jaywalking. I don't know why the driver would not call the police as soon as they tried to open his car door once he drove off.

The police in this city support a climate of lawlessness.
install more high resolution cameras and fine people...that will solve the problem. of course, innocent law breakers will come up for a reason as to why cameras are a bad idea

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Double parking is an epidemic in this city. So is jaywalking. I don't know why the driver would not call the police as soon as they tried to open his car door once he drove off.

The police in this city support a climate of lawlessness.

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Montgomery Ave should have a trolley that runs from Lincoln Park down to Exchange Place and there should be no parking on Montgomery Ave with bike lanes running east and west. There are just to , to many vehicyles trying to get around JC and the belief that double parking is a god given right in JC.

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By Michaelangelo Conte | The Jersey Journal
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on June 04, 2015 at 11:49 AM, updated June 04, 2015 at 11:53 AM

A fender bender at an intersection in Jersey City Tuesday night turned violent when a group from one car chased, assaulted and carjacked the driver of the other vehicle, police said.

A 27-year-old Jersey City man told police he was making a right turn at Jordan Avenue and Montgomery Street when he was involved in an accident. When he pulled over, people from the other car tried to open his door, police said.

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